Susan Meiselas Named Harvard Arts Medalist

The photographer will be honored during the Arts First celebration in April.

Susan Meiselas

Photographer Susan Meiselas, Ed.M. ’71, will be honored with the Harvard Arts Medal during the annual Arts First celebration, scheduled this year from April 28 to May 1. President Drew Faust will present the medal during an event hosted by the Learning from Performers Program on Friday, April 29, in the New College Theatre (time to be announced). Meiselas’s work was covered in a November-December 2010 Harvard Magazine feature story, “A Lens on History,” and an accompanying online interview.

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